Leicester councillors are aked to back a lottery bid

Leicester councillors are being asked to back a £25 million lottery bid to regenerate the city's market area. Cabinet members will consider a report outlining the proposals when they meet on Monday. If approval is granted officers will submit an outline bid in the new year under the Living Landmarks Lottery Fund, a national scheme launched this year to help regenerate community areas through various investments in projects and infrastructure.

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